Wednesday, April 7, 2010

British PM calls, May 6, the date for general election

After months of waiting, the general election were officially announced by British Prime Minister Gordon Brown when he went to Buckingham Palace to seek the dissolution of Parliament.
Mr. Prime Minister fired the starting gun Tuesday on a month-long election race, setting May 6 as the date for voting which is hoped to be the closest-run poll for a generation.
Speaking outside Downing Street, Mr Brown described the official announcement of the May 6 election date as the “least well-kept secret of recent years.”
He further said, “Britain is on the road to recovery and nothing we do should put that recovery at risk,”.
Conservative leader David Cameron said that his party offers hope, optimism and change and a fresh start to the country.
Remember, The opinion polls put the Conservatives in the lead.

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